Monthly Archives: January 2014

The true cost of cycling

Everyone knows that cycling is much cheaper than using a car. Not only are the initial purchase costs far less, the ongoing running costs of cycling are negligible in comparison to running a car. What is not always considered, are … Continue reading

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Bicycle photography using an iPhone

I don’t have a proper camera, I just use my iPhone for my blog photos. And I have no traning in photography, but in the interests of making this blog look better, I have taught myself a few things about … Continue reading

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Some easy fixes in Newcastle’s cycling infrastructure

There are black spots in the infrastructure here which can easily, and relatively cheaply, ┬ábe altered to provide a much better cycling transport system. The above photo shows the stairs which connect the upper and lower levels of Carrington Parade … Continue reading

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Riding the new shared paths in Adamstown

The footpath along Glebe Road/St James Road in Adamstown has been widened on the northern side to provide a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. As I often used to ride on the former footpath, I was very interested to … Continue reading

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